Dacia Lodgy 

A generous, roomy and affordable MPV

Revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in 2012, Lodgy is Dacia’s first MPV. It heralds a new generation of vehicles combining well thought-out interior design with modern features and an attractive price tag.

Spacious and functional 

Lodgy is a car of generous, robust lines: 4.5m long and 1.75 m wide. Cabin design has been optimized to accommodate up to seven passengers in comfort, The third row offers class-best space in terms of knee room (144 mm) and head room (866 mm) for two adults. The three seats in the second row are equipped with Isofix sittings to securely attach child seats and booster cushions.


The boot is among the most generous in the segment: up to 2,617 dm3 in a two-seater configuration, 827 dm3 as a five-seater and  207 dm3 as a seven-seater. Dacia Lodgy also includes up to 30 litres of stowage space around the cabin. In terms of driver features, the car ships with two new functions (depending on the version): a speed limiter and rear parking sensors, which are very useful on a car of this size.

Media Nav, an original multimedia system 

Available as an option Media Nav combines a radio, auxiliary sockets for mobile music devices, Bluetooth connectivity and satellite navigation via a seven-inch (18 cm) touch-sensitive display. The main menu provides simple access to six essential functions: radio, media, telephone, maps, satellite navigation and settings. The intuitive, touch-sensitive navigation system has both 2D and 3D graphics. A dedicated website enables drivers to access information updates and upload them via the USB port.  A simpler multimedia system called Dacia Plug & Radio is also available.


Media Nav presentation


A full range of engines 

Dacia Lodgy ships with a choice of petrol engines (1.6 MPI and TCe 115) and diesel engines (90 hp and 110 hp 1.5 dCi) to meet a full range of customer expectations. Nevertheless, the offering may vary depending on the market.


Dacia Lodgy is built at the Tangiers plant (Morocco).